Ridley Scott’s “Alien” (1979) Posters, Lobby Cards and Artwork

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NOTE: I would like to thank my buddy, Dave Kaye over at http://lastroadreviews.wordpress.com/ for providing some really incredible Lobby Cards for this post. Thanks, man! Much appreciated.  – Victor

ALIEN (1979)

Directed by Ridley Scott

Written by Dan O’Bannon and Ronald Shusett

Music by Jerry Goldsmith

Cast –

Tom Skerrit / Sigourney Weaver / Yaphet Kotto / Veronica Cartwright / Ian Holm / Harry Dean Stanton / John Hurt / Bolaji Badejo as The Alien and Helen Horton as “Mother”

In Space No One Can Hear You Scream

 

21 comments

    • I’m glad you liked them! I believe Alien is one of the most artistically crafted films ever made from the storyboards to Giger’s artwork for the alien design and the production. Well done all around. Thanks for stopping by!

    • Thanks, Brian! 😀 One of my favorites is the cast photo. Reminds me of the cast photo for The Thing with all the guys by the Helicopter. I enjoyed doing this one. I am tempted to continue with Cameron’s film next.

    • My pleasure! Alien is one of my all time favorites as well. Thanks for stopping by and I’m glad you enjoyed the post. This one was fun to do.

    • It is worth it! 😀 I’m going to try my hand at “Aliens” soon enough. I look forward to your next set of posters and lobby cards too.

    • Glad you liked it! Alien makes one hell of an impression to those who haven’t seen it. Thanks for stopping by and checking out the post.

    • Glad you like the new look. It’s been a few weeks now so I feel it’s going to be a keeper. Also glad you dug the post. It was fun to do.

      • Yeah ive seen you switching it up a few weeks ago, but you are still tinkering here and there arent you! Love it, and love the post ratio as well!

  1. Awesome. Sadly, looking at the giant chair makes me think of how Prometheus kind of crapped on everything. Still, that doesn’t take any glory away from Alien, which is damn near perfect.

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